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  • Did You Know They Could Do That? - Part Four of a Four Part Series

    by Beth Richwine | Oct 02, 2014
    Our final installment from our "Slow Cooker To The Rescue!" blog series. We have had a lot of fun talking to Cris Goode from the RecipesThatCrock! who has shared some really great tips, tricks and tons of recipes that use Red Gold tomatoes. In this final post we dispel basic myths of slow cooking and may surprise you with what you can make in your slow cooker!
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  • A Better Way To Make Dinner - Part Three of a Four Part Series

    by Beth Richwine | Sep 26, 2014
    Our third installment of our four part "Slow Cooker to the Rescue!" blog series. We recently chatted with Cris Goode from the RecipesThatCrock.com blog about slow cooking and she shared her tips on slow cooking. Over the next 3 weeks we will be posting slow cooker recipes along with tips and tricks...and there's a giveaway!
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  • Soon To Be Your Favorite Kitchen Appliance - Part Two of a Four Part Series

    by Beth Richwine | Sep 19, 2014
    Our second installment of our four part "Slow Cooker to the Rescue!" blog series. We recently chatted with Cris Goode from the RecipesThatCrock.com blog about slow cooking and she shared her tips on slow cooking. Over the next 3 weeks we will be posting slow cooker recipes along with tips and tricks...and there's a giveaway!
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  • 3 Common Slow Cooker Issues...Solved! - First of a Four Part Series

    by Beth Richwine | Sep 12, 2014
    We invited Cris Goode from RecipesThatCrock.com to write a guest post for us on Slow Cookers! A lot of us are busy with work, kids are back in school, fall sports are in full swing...dinner is sometimes an after thought, but not if you plan ahead in the morning with your slow cooker. Just a few minutes of prep rewards you with a hot, nutritious meal ready to serve when you get home after a long day. Cris shares with us her tips on slow cooking.
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  • WE'RE PICKY ABOUT OUR TOMATOES

    by Beth Richwine | Sep 05, 2014
    Here at Red Gold, we are super-picky about our tomatoes. They have to be deep red all the way through. They have to be firm, but with enough juice to make eating one a fairly messy experience. And of course, they have to be from the Midwest…Indiana, southwest Michigan or northeast Ohio. If you’re not from tomato country and you want to know what an Indiana tomato tastes like, ask someone who has moved away.
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  • May Is National Salad Month

    by Beth Richwine | May 16, 2014
    You don't need to wait for summer to enjoy a salad with fresh, summer tasting tomatoes! With our Diced and Petite Diced tomatoes, you can enjoy vine-ripened tomatoes all year long! Make one of these four salads to celebrate National Salad Month!
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  • Celebrating Meal Traditions

    by Beth Richwine | May 06, 2014
    We are celebrating family meal traditions, who started it in your family? Here is our own personal story of meal traditions and family who inspired us in the kitchen.
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  • CAN WE TALK ABOUT KITCHEN GADGETS?

    by Beth Richwine | Apr 17, 2014
    Do you have an obsession with kitchen gadgets like I do? Drawers, cabinets and shelves filled with spatulas, bowls, platters, tong things for Belgium waffles? Do you find your happy place in a kitchen store? Here are some recipes that will let you use your neglected gadgets!
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  • HERE COMES PETER COTTONTAIL...

    by Beth Richwine | Mar 31, 2014
    Recipes for your Easter brunch. Speaking of Easter, let's talk Easter candy. Are you one for chocolate bunnies or marshmallow chicks? Or do you go for the jelly beans?
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  • IT'S OFFICIALLY SPRING...OR IS IT?

    by Beth Richwine | Mar 21, 2014
    Spring is here and with warmer weather you need quick, healthy meals that get you out of the kitchen fast! Here are three recipes that do just that! Enjoy meals that go together great, have lots of flavor and best of all - few dishes when dinner is done!
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  • TRAVEL IN A TIME MACHINE

    by Beth Richwine | Mar 03, 2014
    The other day I took one of those quizzes where you find out what era you really belong in, mine said the 50’s. That didn’t surprise or disappoint me, I have always liked that era…ever wish you would have lived through a different era? Wish you could time-travel to a past time?
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  • BETTER NUTRITION WITH TOMATOES

    by Beth Richwine | Feb 21, 2014
    Tomato products are a healthy choice when choosing ingredients for your recipes! Tomatoes are low in calories, low-fat, high in vitamins and minerals and can help prevent chronic diseases such as cancer, heart disease, diabetes and more!
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  • THE ULTIMATE PAIRING

    by Beth Richwine | Feb 07, 2014
    Here in Indiana we are very close to enjoying our snowiest winter ever! I say “enjoy” with not much of a smile, because I am not sure how many are really enjoying Winter 2014. You may not be enjoying winter, but you will enjoy the ultimate pairing of Tomato Soup & Grilled Cheese. With so many tomato soup recipes to choose from and grilled cheese combinations...the possibilities are endless!
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  • OUR GAME PARTY SPIN ON DIY

    by Beth Richwine | Jan 30, 2014
    Our game party strategy this year - DIT, our spin on DIY. Here are some ways to keep you out of the kitchen so you can enjoy your guests and most importantly - the commercials! No matter who you are rooting for this year, you can use these ideas for a fun, relaxed party using recipes from Red Gold!
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  • SURVIVING THE POLAR VORTEX

    by Beth Richwine | Jan 21, 2014
    Winter cold got you craving for comfort food? Warm up with our Black Bean Pumpkin Chili - try it, I promise you will like it! Start your day out right with this filling, satisfying dish - Tomato and Zucchini Frittata, make it homemade for much less than what you pay at a drive thru! And come to our party; the Red Gold Simply Fun, Simply You Lasagna Party!
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  • UNWRAP HOLIDAY STRESS

    by Linda Wallace | Dec 13, 2013
    From quick stress-survival strategies to mood-brightening foods, here's your cheat sheet to holiday cheer.
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  • TELL US YOUR STORY

    by Linda Wallace | Nov 08, 2013
    Enjoy the wonderful wooden spoon stories. Then send us your story about the wooden spoon your family has passed down for generations.
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  • SIMPLY THE BEST COOKING SPOON

    by Selita Reichart | Oct 10, 2013
    One utensil that can get just about any cook emotionally charged is the spoon that they use to stir a gravy, a soup or a sauce, especially a homemade pasta sauce. Enter our contest to win your own special spoon.
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  • OLD RECIPES...AREN'T THEY A HOOT?

    by Selita Reichart | Sep 20, 2013
    A modern cook reading through vintage recipes, would wonder how any dish turned out edible, let alone great (and we all remember our grandmother’s cooking as great), especially when preparing something as delicate as a flaky pie crust.
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  • NAPPERON

    by Selita Reichart | Aug 23, 2013
    It’s funny in a way, because you might think that people don’t wear aprons anymore, but they seem to be having a resurgence in popularity. Actually, when you think about the purpose of this little bit of cloth, has anything been invented that is more practical or does the job that it is supposed to, then the apron?
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